Fast Fun Performance Multihulls
The Rapido 60 is the world’s fastest cruising trimaran. The Rapido 60 offers a spacious and luxurious experience with safe, cutting edge, on-water performance.
Explore the complete range of 40′, 50′ and 60′ versions
The Libertist was created to ensure you have a great time sailing. Available in any colour as long as it is red!
Experience the sheer joy of sailing fast and the freedom onboard the Libertist 853 trimaran in 2021! Learn more
iFly15 Foiling Catamaran
“We love speed while keeping control… Achieving a stable flight situation is the future of foiling sport catamarans.”
This unique, fast, fun, sporty performance foiling catamaran gives you a sense of freedom never felt before.
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The Kanka project started with a personal brief. A small and fast boat that is: easy to construct by one person, easily transportable, eco-friendly as well as inexpensive. It was decided fairly early on that the boat would need to be stable as it is rather uncomfortable to capsize during the winter season. This wasContinue reading “An Interesting Project from the Planet Multihull”
Breaking News: Yo Wiebel and Tamara Baumann on a iFLY15 filing catamaran are attempting to break the world record Cowes to Dinard / Saint Malo in July 2021! They will be crossing the English Channel, which is 138 nm (255km) offshore. They will foil through one of the toughest bodies of water. In the summerContinue reading “iFLY15 to attempt world record Cowes to Dinard / St Malo”